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DESIGNER:
Jon Smith  
VENUE:
The Sunset
Seattle
WA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
VegetableLasagnaSend VegetableLasagna a message
2006-10-19 10:23:00
 
BANDS:
Iceage Cobra
Cops, The
Thee Emergency
Slats, The



Iceage Cobra Poster - The Sunset, Seattle - Jon Smith



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Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   next level shit   2006-11-19 15:16:06
naduvalSend naduval a message :   man this thing is larger than life. It makes me want to make giant posters REALLY bad.   2006-11-18 09:36:47
DRGSend DRG a message :   I like the test-print-ness of it, good work.   2006-10-23 05:35:24
menor66Send menor66 a message :   I like it, great lettering by the way   2006-10-23 04:07:41
VegetableLasagnaSend VegetableLasagna a message :   I made this look like a test print on purpose at the last minute. Originaly it was supposed to be the beast from the Cobra album cover, standing on a cliff and shit, crazy background, in that Anime blast thing behind the beast is a repeated line from a song. BUT at the last minute while i was trying to figure out what i wanted to do colorwise I got this idea to make it a test print cuz Brad the bass player from Iceage Cobra is in love with test prints, he traded me his Illinois drivers license and cash for a band of horses test print and he's always bugging me to see more. So i took out one of the background layers and i took the top line art layer and did it as the third layer upside down in gold, cuz i liek looking at test prints at D&L with colors overprinting the metallic.
So yeah, then i tilted things a little so they wouldn't actually line up perfect. Gave it to Steve and he said "Uh. . .we're just gonna throw it together" which is exactly what i was looking for.
And I used the whole sheet, uncut so they're the full 26" by 36".
I didn't know if people would get it, but they sold pretty well at the shows. Maybe the kids just dig the size i don't know.
  2006-10-21 14:17:41
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Stunning!   2006-10-21 13:51:14
adam swinbourneSend adam swinbourne a message :   heeeyyy...i remember that sketch! nice one.   2006-10-20 21:18:03
bathroom monkeySend bathroom monkey a message :   crzy   2006-10-20 19:22:45
aSmSend aSm a message :   YES!   2006-10-20 17:32:32
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